Therapaeutic Wellness Spa
A Return to Harmony
Stress, Pain, Muscular fatigue restriction of movements other body dysfunctions and poor health are the result of a hectic lifestyle, eating pattern, bad posture. Impurities build up and tension wears away at both body and mind. Escaso’s world-class Medispa treatments encourage complete wellness in a reassuring ambience and under the strict supervision of health professionals like physiotherapist. Physiotherapists are the movement and muscle specialist. The Medi-spa offers a unique combination of contemporary physiotherapy techniques with ancient traditions that will give you a transformational experience.
Our Medi-spa includes
Deep Tissue Therapeutic Massage
Myofacial Release and Trigger point Therapies focusing on the painful joints and muscles.
Muscle Stretching programs
Let’s Work Together
Myofascial Release MFR
An alternative medicine therapy that claims to treat skeletal muscle immobility and pain by relaxing contracted muscles, improving blood and lymphatic circulation, and stimulating the stretch reflex in muscles.
Deep tissue therapeutic massage
A type of massage aimed at the deeper tissue structures of the muscle and fascia, also called connective tissue. ... It is also a more focused type of massage, as the therapist works to release chronic muscle tension or "knots" (also known as "adhesions.")
Trigger point Myotherapy or NeuroMuscular Therapy
Sometimes massage therapy consists of alternating levels of concentrated pressure on the areas of muscle spasm. Pressure is applied with the fingers, knuckles, and/or elbow in ten to thirty second intervals to effectively alleviate the muscle spasm. Neuromuscular therapy works by relaxing the muscle in order to release stored lactic acid and encourage blood and oxygen circulation to the muscle to avoid the production of more lactic acid. The therapeutic pressure and massage typically produces initial soreness and "good pain" in muscle tissue. These are performed under the strict supervision of physiotherapist
Manual Lymphatic Drainage
A type of contemporary Western massage, developed in France in the 1930s by Danish physical therapist Dr E Vodder, consisting of various manipulations intended to stimulate the lymphatic drainage of various organs and tissues. Manual lymphatic drainage aims to eliminate bacteria, toxins, viruses, wastes and excess water, and addresses blocks in lymphatic circulation, which may cause congestion and peripheral oedema. Four basic techniques are employed: stationary circles, pumping, rotation and scooping, which are followed by stroking the tissues toward the sites of normal lymphatic drainage. Manual lymphatic drainage has been used for various conditions, including weight loss, acne, arthritis, bums, oedema, inflammation and sinusitis.
A therapeutic method of relieving pain by stimulating predefined pressure points on the feet and hands. This controlled pressure alleviates the source of the discomfort. In the absence of any particular malady or abnormality, reflexology may be as effective for promoting good health and for preventing illness as it may be for relieving symptoms of stress, injury, and illness.